By Liyang Yu
The Semantic internet represents a imaginative and prescient for the way to make the large volume of knowledge on the net instantly processable via machines on a wide scale. For this goal, a complete suite of criteria, applied sciences and similar instruments were designated and built during the last couple of years they usually have now turn into the basis for varied new applications.
A Developer’s consultant to the Semantic Web is helping the reader to benefit the middle criteria, key parts and underlying techniques. It offers in-depth assurance of either the what-is and how-to facets of the Semantic net. From Yu’s presentation, the reader will receive not just a high-quality figuring out concerning the Semantic internet, but additionally tips on how to mix the whole lot to construct new functions at the Semantic Web.
The moment variation of this publication not just provides specified assurance of the most recent W3C criteria akin to SPARQL 1.1 and RDB2RDF, it additionally updates the readers via following contemporary advancements. extra particularly, it contains 5 new chapters on schema.org and semantic markup, on Semantic internet applied sciences utilized in social networks and on new purposes and initiatives reminiscent of data.gov and Wikidata and it additionally presents an entire coding instance of establishing a seek engine that helps wealthy Snippets.
Software builders in and scholars focusing on net improvement or Semantic internet applied sciences will locate during this publication the main entire advisor to this intriguing box on hand at the present time. in accordance with the step by step presentation of real-world initiatives, the place the applied sciences and criteria are utilized, they'll collect the data had to layout and enforce cutting-edge applications.
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Without even seeing any examples, we all understand this semantic ambiguity is exactly what we want to avoid in order for any application to work correctly on the Web. 32 2 The Building Block for the Semantic Web: RDF The solution proposed by RDF’s abstract model is summarized in Rule #2 as follows: Rule #2: The name of a resource must be global and should be identified by Uniform Resource Identifier (URI). We are all familiar with URL (Uniform Resource Locator), and we use it all the time to locate a Web page we want to access.
In the early days of the Web, it could be viewed as a set of Web sites that offer a collection of Web documents, and the goal was to get the content pushed out to its audiences. It acted like a one-way street: people read whatever was out there, with the goal of getting information they could use in a variety of ways. Today, the Web has become much more interactive. First, more and more of what is now known as user-generated content has emerged on the Web, and a host of new Internet companies were created around this trend as well.
For now, let us simply summarize their relationship without much discussion: • Linked Data is published by using Semantic Web technologies and standards. • Similarly, Linked Data is linked together by using Semantic Web technologies and standards. • The Semantic Web is the goal, and Linked Data provides the means to reach the goal. Another important concept is the Web of Data. At this point, we can understand Web of Data as an interchangeable term for the Semantic Web. In fact, the Semantic Web can be defined as a collection of standard technologies to realize a Web of Data.